Arts University Plymouth played host to international glass blowing symposium, Melting Pot, which took place on March 18 and 19 2022, as part of the UK's national celebrations for the United Nations-designated International Year of Glass.
Alongside our vibrant culture, Plymouth offers a huge variety of inspiring and creative events, contemporary arts venues and a wealth of independent and nationally recognised bars, restaurants and shops.
Former Principal, Professor Andrew Brewerton, returned to Plymouth to deliver 'On Making: Learning as Artefact', launching our inaugural lecture series with his reflections on making as being intrinsic to human learning.
Read more to find out about the unveiling of a new public sculpture in the grounds of Arts University Plymouth's city-centre campus, created by Paul Hillon, a multidisciplinary artist and Technical Demonstrator who lives and works in the city.
This December, our Pre-Degree students will delight visitors in Plymouth with a selection of pop-up shops, exhibitions, miniature trade fairs and a celebration of creativity and enterprise as part of our annual Design to Sell event
Former Arts University Plymouth student named by Vogue magazine as one of the best new jewellers to see at Goldsmiths’ Fair in London, the most prestigious event in the UK for silversmiths and goldsmiths
We sat down with artist and graduate Sue to find out more about her passion for printmaking, why she recommends returning to education as a mature student, and how joining the residency programme at Ocean Studios benefits her artistic practice.
Art University Plymouth's inaugural lecture series launches with 'On Making: Learning as Artefact' by Professor Andrew Brewerton, held at The Box on Thursday 17 November from 5.30pm. This is the first in a free public series of lectures and events designed to celebrate the significant milestone of a member of the Arts University Plymouth community achieving the title of Professor.
Expert staff from across Arts University Plymouth are engaged in a wide range of activities in collaboration and partnership with people and organisations outside of academia, working to share skills and knowledge in a way that benefits society and the economy.
Jack Viant, graduate of BA (Hons) Illustration, has come full circle with his recent appointment as Lecturer on BA (Hons) Illustration. We spoke to him about his Arts University Plymouth experience and what it's like to be an internationally published illustrator.